at 1 Dermot Baldwin Way SE, Calgary, T2G 0P8 Canada
People aren't born on the street. Nor do lives have to end there. With help, it's where some lives begin. Since 1961 we have been dedicated to serving our community through providing essential services to Calgary's homeless, marginalized and low-income residents. We commit to effectively meet Calgary's changing needs for shelter, care, employment support and housing. And we strive to meet everyone who requires our services at eye level - with the promise to help them get wherever it is they want to go. We aim to strengthen our impact through strong ties with civic and provincial governments, funders and community organizations.
We provide a complete range of wraparound services to Calgary's homeless, marginalized and low-income residents, including: - Meals, Clothing, Hygiene Services & Shelter - Counselling - On-site Intox & Harm Reduction Facility - Referrals to Addiction & Mental Health Resources - Employment Training, Support & Placement - Computer Training - Computers for Low Income Calgarians - Supportive & Permanent Housing To prevent homelessness where possible, offer care and shelter when needed, and provide opportunities for people to rehabilitate and rebuild their lives.
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The Calgary Drop-In Centre (the DI) is more than an emergency shelter.
We provide essential care as well as health services, employment training, and housing supports to people who need help.
Our programs and services connect people to permanent housing that meets their individual needs.
Rooted in community and fueled by kindness, the DI proudly serves as part of the Homeless-Serving System of Care.
Statistics are accurate as of 2015.
Shelter services are provided free of charge and can be accessed 365 days a year.
The Calgary Drop-In Centre has nightly shelter capacity for a total of 1,100 clients.
The Calgary Drop-In Centre is committed to meeting clients’ health care needs through the provision of core primary health care services premised on an integrative medicine model that assists them in addressing overall health care needs.
This program brings together both employers and job-seekers, providing mutual benefits for both.
Many of the staff hired by employers have gone on to become permanent, full-time employees.
Through attrition, apartments are made available to clients looking to move toward independent living.
Stringent eligibility criteria identify potential clients.
Continuing the relationship with clients ensures that success is maintained and support is ongoing.
Every dollar we raise ensures those who have lost their families, jobs and homes will never lose hope.
Together, we can give them the community, skills and support they need to move beyond homelessness.